Family Research Council Values Bus stops at ORU

The Family Research Council Action Values Bus is driving coast to coast to encourage and equip voters to vote their values on November 8. Launched by FRC Action and Concerned Women for America, the Values Bus Tour helps inform citizens in key states and communities across America.

The Values Bus will cover over 20 states and rally from coast to coast with voters. After ORU on September 19, the bus went to Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville on September 21.

The Values Bus Tour is a project of FRC Action, the legislative affiliate arm of Family Research Council – and advocate for the American family. FRC Action was founded in 1992 to educate the general public and cultural leaders about traditional American values and to promote the philosophy of the Founding Fathers concerning the nature of ordered liberty.

FRC Action is a 501(c)(4), nonprofit education and lobbying organization based in Washington, D.C.

The bus tour is designed to raise awareness about the critical issues at stake in this election, which include the future of the Supreme Court, religious freedom, parental rights, sanctity of life and national security.

“If we, as values voters, do not stand up and exercise our freedoms now, we may lose them tomorrow,” said Family Research Council Action President Tony Perkins.  “We have political choices in this election that will either allow Americans to regain the freedoms that have eroded under the Obama administration or make it even more difficult for Americans to live their lives according to their beliefs.

“This is not a time to stand on the sidelines. Families across the nation want leaders who reflect their values on issues ranging from economic liberty, national security, religious freedom, parental rights, sanctity of life, and limited government and we are excited to hit the road supporting candidates who champion these core principles,” concluded Perkins.

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